Budget supermarket chain Lidl has revealed its wish list of locations where they hope to open across Berkshire.

The German-owned retailer has rapidly expanded their number of branches in recent years, and the company shows no signs of slowing down in the coming months and years.

The supermarket giant says it plans to double its portfolio’ which already boasts more than 800 sites across the UK.

Its requirements for a site include:

  • Units on a main road with easy access and strong footfall or traffic flow
  • Freehold, leasehold or long leasehold opportunities
  • Unit sizes between 14,000 and 26,500 sq ft
  • 1.5 acres for a shop or four acres for joint developments with other businesses

Lidl already have stores in Maidenhead, Reading, Wokingham, Slough, Crowthorne and Newbury.

These are the 15 locations in Berkshire that Lidl would like to build a store:


  • Bracknell North
  • Bracknell South
  • Maidenhead Lidl
  • Crowthorne relocate
  • Ascot lidl
  • Lidl Newbury
  • Slough West
  • Slough Central
  • Langley
  • Windsor
  • Thatcham
  • Caversham
  • Winnersh
  • Woodley
  • Tilehurst